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  • Women in the War
  • We're the same person!
  • Native Americans in the War
  • Africans in the War
  • To help the troops, many women offered physical support. One of these women was Deborah Sampson. She disguised as a man named Robert Shurtleff. Unfortunately, though, she was discovered.
  • Foreign Born Heroes of the Revolution
  • Some of the Native Americans decided to join the British side of the war, such as the  Cherokee, because they were promised protection of territory as well as British goods, which they needed.
  • Espionage/ Intelligence Gathering
  • Both the British and Americans thought that the Africans were important to their sides victory but there was one very unfair difference. Both sides tried to convince the Africans to join by promising freedom but the Americans rarely did that while the British actually let the Africans free.
  • Weapons/ Tactics/ Military Life
  • Tadeusz Kosciuszko was a Polish engineer that helped built fortifications during the Revolutionary War. He is now remembered by the Kosciuszko bridge biult to connect Manhattan and Queens.
  • Look at what I have built!
  • One of the methods used by spies to carry messages was using invisible ink. This method helped Washington get his messages to people, which was crucial. To get the message the paper was heated and the message showed up.
  • The musket was a weapon mainly used by the Americans in the war. The musket was made in the 1600's and had three parts; the muzzle, the barrel, and the stock. To control a crowd or create more damage you could attach a bayonet, a long knife.
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